Frosted Spring Cookies is a fun and meaningful resource to use in speech therapy. Incorporating food activities into language learning is a wonderful way to provide engaging, hands-on projects that can address a variety of speech and language skills.
With this resource, students will follow 5 simple steps to decorate a cookie for spring. Sequence picture cards with real photographs and Who and What questions are provided in this product. There are a total of 15 questions. These questions are designed to be asked during the actual cookie decorating activity. A sequence sentence writing sheet is provided as well. Both individual and group settings work well for this activity.
**This product has been updated on 4/3/17 to include the target skills sequencing and answering Who and What questions.
This product includes:
*5 step directions with real pictures (2 pages)
*List of ingredients and supplies
*(15)Questions -(7) Who (8) What
*5 step sequence picture cards with real photos
*Sequence picture board
*Sequence sentence writing sheet with key words
To use the sequence picture cards, print, laminate, cut and add Velcro to the back of the cards. Print, laminate and add Velcro to the front of the sequence board where the cards will be attached.
* I recommend printing on white cardstock and printing the pictures in color.
I hope you enjoy.
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